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Oliver Heaviside

Oliver Heaviside FRS was an English mathematician and physicist who brought complex numbers to circuit analysis, invented a new technique for solving differential equations, independently developed vector calculus, and rewrote Maxwell's equations in the form commonly used today. He significantly shaped the way Maxwell's equations are understood and applied in the decades following Maxwell's death. His formulation of the telegrapher's equations became commercially... Read More

Born18 May 1850
Camden Town, Middlesex, England
Died3 February 1925 (aged 74)
Mount Stuart Nursing Home Torquay, Devon
NationalityBritish
FieldsElectrical engineering, mathematics and physics

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